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Wooly Dutchman’s Pipevine - Aristolochia tomentosa

Wooly Dutchman’s Pipevine - Aristolochia tomentosa

PriceFrom $5.00

Size at Maturity: Can grow up to 20 feet in length and width


Bloom Season: Typically blooms in late spring to summer. Dies back in winter


Native Status to Florida: Native, State Endangered

pH Requirements: Prefers slightly acidic to neutral soil (pH 6.0-7.5)


Sun Exposure: Thrives in partial to full sun. Warmer areas we recommend part sun

Salt Tolerance: Low/None

Moisture Requirements: Requires consistently moist soil; tolerates occasional drought once established. Does not like to dry out


Wildlife Benefits: Larval host plant for the pipevine swallowtail butterfly and polydamas swallowtail

Phenology: Produces unique, curved, pipe-shaped flowers with maroon coloring. Long-lived perennial

Considerations (if any): Can be invasive in certain areas; may spread rapidly

Recommended Landscape Uses: Trellises, arbors, or fences as a decorative vine

Toxicity to Pets: Potentially toxic if ingested in large quantities; caution advised

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